Strange Frequencies Radio #003
Topics: Scientific method and Paranormal investigation
Guest(s): Physicist Dr. Robert Cooper and Paranormal author John Kachuba
This week, Strange Frequencies was a little stranger than normal as, in the first hour, Matt and Jason discussed...sports. Since the show is taped on Sunday afternoons, they both lamented the fact that they were missing the biggest football game of the week between the Dallas Cowboys and, Matt's favorite team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jason also told how last Monday night he got in touch with his feminine side when he went shopping for dresses with two of his female friends, Amanda and Megan. Though he insisted he wasn't buying anything for himself along the way, he did start to feel girly. He also gave his own review of the movie "Twilight" which he finally saw that night.
Our first guest was Stanford physicist Dr. Robert Cooper. Dr. Cooper talked about the components of scientific method and related how it could be used in our own field of paranormal research and investigation. Aside from that, we also conversed with him about more fringe science, from teleportation, time travel, and invisibility.
Our guest in the 3rd hour of the program was paranormal lecturer/investigator/author John Kachuba. Mr. Kachuba talked at length about the many investigations he has gone on and written about in his books, "Ghost Hunting Illinois," "Ghost Hunting Ohio," and his latest work, "Ghost Hunters."
Unfortunately, early in the interview we had some technical issues with some of our studio equipment so a sizable portion of our interview was lost. Thankfully, however, we were able to get the studio back online and finished our interview with John up properly.
All in all, it was both a fascinating and intriguing episode in which we learned a lot about the field of science and even more about paranormal investigation methods. Stay tuned to "Strange Frequencies" next week when we welcome in noted cryptozoologist and Ufologist Nick Redfern to the program. It promises to be a informative and fun 3 hours!